An AI Specialist is someone who understands the various types of technology and tools available within the AI sector. They work with companies and other organizations to discover new and innovative methods of implementing this type of tech into their daily operations. For instance, they can create systems that gather information about the needs of employees and translate the results in an easy way to improve the decision-making process within an organization. (Rockcontent.com)
Salary Range: S$85,000 - S$250,000 per year
Other titles: Other titles: AI Developer, AI Engineer, AI Scientist
Create or implement artificial intelligence-powered services like chatbots.
Solve business or research problems using natural language processing (NLP), image recognition or text recognition.
Configure deep learning and evolutionary AI to automate or streamline operations in different industries.
Complex Problem Solving — Identifying complex problems and reviewing related information to develop and evaluate options and implement solutions.
Creative Thinking — It is to intentionally gaining new insights and different ideas through existing information.
Communication skills — To enable individuals to understand others and to be understood themselves.
Emotional intelligence — The ability to understand and manage our own emotions, and the emotions of others around us
Organization skills — The ability to have proper time management through scheduling projects, meetings, and other tasks
Teamwork — Abilities and qualities that enable you to work well with other people in any form of collaboration.
Algorithm Engineering — Programming methods taught in Computer Science
Data Mining Software (Finding patterns, trends or correlations) — Google analytics
Deep Learning Software — Caffe; CNTK; TensorFlow; and Torch
Natural Language Processing Software — Rulai; Amazon Comprehend; TextBlob; Google Cloud Natural Language
Signal Processing Techniques — Analyzing analog and digital signals
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